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Virginia Design Student Carves iPhone Devotion into a Pedestal

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Virginia Commonwealth University design student Kyle Buckner had an assignment “to create a pedestal to hold [a] ‘precious object’.”

We hope he received an A+ for the hand-carved wooden stand he created for his iPhone. Complete with Home Screen icon “leafs” that connect to a rod that spins inside the stand’s main arm, Buckner’s piece is made completely of wood, save for bits of plexiglass which connect each icon leaf to its “branch” on the stand.

Via MacLife

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9 responses to “Virginia Design Student Carves iPhone Devotion into a Pedestal”

  1. Huh? says:

    Hey, where’s the link back to the original story on MacLife?

  2. iPhone Fan says:

    Absolutely fantastic, the guy clearly has talent to not only spot a great idea but make it as well!

  3. Torley says:

    Whoa, new design here!

    This pedestal would be nifty to see in JUMBO size, in the middle of a city park or front of a corporate building.

  4. Torley says:

    Whoa, new design here!

    This pedestal would be nifty to see in JUMBO size, in the middle of a city park or front of a corporate building.

  5. John B. Kendrick says:

    Beautiful work – I bet Apple would love a large scale work like this in front of their New York store.

    If you’re interested, you can read about my experiences with many of the web and native apps I’ve used since my original iPhone and more recent iPhone 3G purchases on my blog at http://johnkendrick.wordpress…. Just click on the index for a complete listing. John